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Installation Instruction
  1. In WordPress download the Plugin file & navigate to PLUGINS > ADD NEW
  2. Click Upload Plugin
  3. Browse for the .zip file you downloaded in Step 1
  4. Click Install Now
  5. Click Activate Plugin
Installation Instruction

License Activation

  1. Navigate Plugins > Related Products Pro for WooCommerce License Activation.
  2. Enter Your license key in the license key field.
  3. Click Activate License.
  4. You will find the validity of your license below.
License Activation

Setting Up General Settings

Setting Up General Settings
  1. Select background color: This setting allows admin to pick the background color to change the background color of the product slider.
  2. Select button color: This setting allows admin to pick the color to change the color of the previous and next button within the Products slider.
  3. Display Reorder button: This setting allows admin to enable/disable the Re-order button on the Order detail page in My Account.
  4. Product Image Size: This setting allows admin to select image size of products to display to users.

The chosen background color in the ‘Select Background Color‘ setting will be applied as the background color. Similarly, the color selected in the ‘Select Button Color‘ setting will be utilized for the previous and next buttons within the product slider.

By default, the background color is set to gray, and the button color is set to black for the product slider as shown in the image above. The ‘Product Image Size‘ setting determines the size of images displayed in the product slider and products page for all the features.

Orders

Visit My Accounts > Orders. The ‘Re-order’ button visibility depends on the ‘Display Reorder Button‘ setting.

Settings for Related Products

Settings for Related Products
  1. Product Display Mode: This setting allows admin to Hide Related Products section on Product page. By default related products will be displayed according to the setting provided.
  2. Related Product Display Mode: This setting allows admin to choose the mode for displaying related products: Default Theme or AJAX Slider.
  3. Ajax Slider Options: This setting allows user to Opt for a shortcode with or without parameters. If rendered without “id” parameters, the product page will display related products by using the id of the current product.
  4. Using the button (d), admins can copy a shortcode to paste on any page. This shortcode renders the product’s slider.
  5. Products Per Row: This setting enables administrators to specify the number of products displayed in the ‘Related Products’ slider for various resolutions, including desktop, tablet, and mobile.
  6. Title for Widget: This setting allows admin to specify the title admin wants to display for the “Related Products” widget, product slider and products page.
  7. Remove Out-of-Stock Products : This setting allows admin to include or exclude out of stock products. By default all out-of-stock products are not shown.

Settings for Upsells Products

Settings for Upsells Products
  1. Product Display Mode: This setting allows admin to Hide UpSells Products section on Product page. By default related products will be displayed according to the setting provided.
  2. UpSells Product Display Mode: This setting allows admin to choose the mode for displaying related products: Default Theme or Shortcode.
  3. Title for Widget: This setting enables admin to specify the title admin want to show for “UpSells Products” widget and shortcode.
  4. Products Per Row: This setting allows admin to specify the number of products admin wish to showcase within the “UpSells Products” AJAX slider.

Settings for Purchase History Related Products

Settings for Purchase History Related Products
  1. Using the button (a), admins can copy a shortcode [rprow_past_purchase_related_products_front] to paste on any page. This shortcode renders the product’s slider.
  2. “See More” Page: This setting lets admin to change the destination of the “See more” link for “Products related to Past Purchases” By default, it leads to the standard page. If admin choose the “Another page” option, admin can then specify the page title in the “Choose page title” field.
  3. Using the button (c), admins can copy a shortcode to paste on any page. This shortcode renders all products on a page.
  4. Choose page title: (Mandatory Field if “Another page” option is selected) In this field, admin can select preferred page from the dropdown. The selected page should contain the shortcode  [rprow_past_purchase_related_products_back]. This page will open when users click the “See more” link. This link is visible on the “Suggested Products from Past Purchases” products slider.
  5. Products Per Row: This setting allows admin to specify the number of products to display within the “Products related to Past Purchases” products slider.
  6. Title for Widget: This setting enables the admin to specify the title the admin wants to display for the “Products related to Past Purchases” widget, products slider and products page.
  7. Remove Out-of-Stock Products: This setting empowers admin to include or exclude out-of-stock products. By default, all out-of-stock products are not displayed.
  8. Purchase History Period: This setting enables admin to choose the number of days within which products purchased by the user and products related to it will be displayed.
  9. Filter by Categories and Tags: Toggle the switch ‘Filter by Categories and Tags’ to include or exclude certain products based on their categories or tags. By default, all products are tracked.
  10. Filter Mode: (Mandatory Field if ‘Filter by Categories and Tags’ switch is on) This setting allows to select of the filter mode for products, offering the flexibility to refine products displayed to users based on categories, tags, or a combination of both. These filter modes serve as powerful tools, allowing to inclusion or exclusion of products based on specific criteria.
    • Categories Only: Products will be filtered exclusively by their assigned categories.
    • Tags Only: Products will be filtered exclusively by their assigned tags.
    • Categories and Tags: This option enables a comprehensive filter, considering both categories and tags simultaneously.
  11. Category Filter Mode: (Mandatory Field if ‘Categories Only’ or ‘Categories and Tags’ is chosen) This setting allows to choose “Exclude Categories” to remove products of those categories, and “Include Categories” to display products having those categories in the widget, products slider and products page.
    • Categories to Exclude: This setting allows to select multiple categories to exclude products of that categories from widget, products slider and products page.
    • Categories to Include: This setting allows to select multiple categories to include products of that categories in widget, products slider and products page.
  12. Tag Filter Mode: (Mandatory Field if ‘Tags Only’ or ‘Categories and Tags’ is chosen) This setting allows to choose “Exclude Tags” to remove products containing those tags, and “Include Tags” to display products containing those tags from the widget, products slider and products page.
    • Tags to Exclude: This setting allows the admin to select multiple tags to exclude products containing those tags from the widget, products slider and products page.
    • Tags to Include: This setting allows the admin to select multiple tags to include products containing those tags in the widget, products slider and products page.
    • If the user has viewed products in categories such as men, women, and accessories, and the admin has excluded the accessories category only, the user will only see products from the men and women categories in their recently viewed products. In the same way, the filter operates for ‘Only Include Category’, ‘Only Exclude Tag’ and ‘Only Include Tag’.
    • If the user has viewed products in the ‘men’ category, and some of those products contain the tag ‘vogue’, and the admin has excluded the ‘men’ category while including the ‘vogue’ tag, the user will not be able to view products with the ‘vogue’ tag since they have already been removed by excluding the ‘men’ category.
    • If the user has viewed products in the ‘men’ category, and some of those products contain the tag ‘vogue’, and the admin has included the ‘men’ category while excluding the ‘vogue’ tag, the user will still be able to view products with the ‘vogue’ tag, as they have already been included in the ‘men’ category.

Settings for “Buy-it Again” Products

Settings for “Buy-it Again” Products
    1. Using the button (a), admins can copy a shortcode [rprow_buy_it_again_front] to paste on any page. This shortcode renders the product’s slider.
    2. “See More” Page: This setting lets admin to change the destination of the “See more” link for “Buy It Again” By default, it leads to the standard page. If admin choose the “Another page” option, admin can then specify the page title in the “Choose page title” field.
    3. Using the button (c), admins can copy a shortcode to paste on any page. This shortcode renders all products on a page.
    4. Choose page title: (Mandatory Field if “Another page” option is selected) In this field, admin can select the preferred page from the dropdown. The selected page should contain the shortcode  [rprow_buy_it_again_back]. This page will open when users click the “See more” link. This link is visible on the “Buy It Again” products slider.
    5. Products Per Row: This setting allows admin to specify the number of products to display within the “Buy It Again” products slider.
    6. Title for Widget: This setting enables the admin to specify the title the admin wants to display for the “Buy It Again” widget, products slider and products page.
    7. Remove Out-of-Stock Products: This setting empowers admin to include or exclude out-of-stock products. By default, all out-of-stock products are not displayed.
    8. Purchase History Period: This setting enables admin to choose the number of days within which products purchased by the user and products related to it will be displayed.
    9. Filter by Categories and Tags: Toggle the switch ‘Filter by Categories and Tags’ to include or exclude certain products based on their categories or tags. By default, all products are tracked.
    10. Filter Mode: (Mandatory Field if ‘Filter by Categories and Tags’ switch is on) This setting allows to select of the filter mode for products, offering the flexibility to refine products displayed to users based on categories, tags, or a combination of both. These filter modes serve as powerful tools, allowing to inclusion or exclusion of products based on specific criteria.
      • Categories Only: Products will be filtered exclusively by their assigned categories.
      • Tags Only: Products will be filtered exclusively by their assigned tags.
      • Categories and Tags: This option enables a comprehensive filter, considering both categories and tags simultaneously.
    11. Category Filter Mode: (Mandatory Field if ‘Categories Only’ or ‘Categories and Tags’ is chosen) This setting allows to choose “Exclude Categories” to remove products of those categories, and “Include Categories” to display products having those categories in the widget, products slider and products page.
      • Categories to Exclude: This setting allows to select multiple categories to exclude products of that categories from widget, products slider and products page.
      • Categories to Include: This setting allows to select multiple categories to include products of that categories in widget, products slider and products page.
    12. Tag Filter Mode: (Mandatory Field if ‘Tags Only’ or ‘Categories and Tags’ is chosen) This setting allows to choose “Exclude Tags” to remove products containing those tags, and “Include Tags” to display products containing those tags from the widget, products slider and products page.
      • Tags to Exclude: This setting allows the admin to select multiple tags to exclude products containing those tags from the widget, products slider and products page.
      • Tags to Include: This setting allows the admin to select multiple tags to include products containing those tags in the widget, products slider and products page.
      • If the user has viewed products in categories such as men, women, and accessories, and the admin has excluded the accessories category only, the user will only see products from the men and women categories in their recently viewed products. In the same way, the filter operates for ‘Only Include Category’, ‘Only Exclude Tag’ and ‘Only Include Tag’.
      • If the user has viewed products in the ‘men’ category, and some of those products contain the tag ‘vogue’, and the admin has excluded the ‘men’ category while including the ‘vogue’ tag, the user will not be able to view products with the ‘vogue’ tag since they have already been removed by excluding the ‘men’ category.
      • If the user has viewed products in the ‘men’ category, and some of those products contain the tag ‘vogue’, and the admin has included the ‘men’ category while excluding the ‘vogue’ tag, the user will still be able to view products with the ‘vogue’ tag, as they have already been included in the ‘men’ category.

Related Products Slider

Related Products Slider
  1. The product slider title is presented first.
  2. Initial pagination reads ‘Page 1 of n,’ and upon clicking the previous and next buttons, the page number adjusts accordingly.
  3. The previous button allows users to navigate through the product slider. Initially on ‘Page 1 of n,’ clicking the previous button transitions to ‘Page n of n.’ If the number of products in a row matches the limit set in the ‘Products Per Row’ setting, the back button is hidden.
  4. The next button facilitates users in navigating the product slider. Upon reaching the last page, clicking the next button enables users to return to ‘Page 1 of n.’ Similar to the previous button, if the number of products in a row matches the specified limit in ‘Products Per Row,’ the back button is hidden.
  5. Product information includes the title, product rating, and, if applicable, a struck-out original price with the highlighted sale price when the product is on sale.

Shortcode [rprow_custom_related_products_display id=”20” desktop_limit=”3″ tab_limit=”3″ mobile_limit=”1″] has 4 parameters namely id, desktop_limit, tab_limit; mobile_limit.

  • id: The administrator should provide the product ID for a specific item, and the related products will be displayed in the slider. The ‘id’ parameter cannot be used on the product page since it refers to the ID of the current product. Instead, the ‘id’ parameter can be utilized to highlight related products according to the provided ‘id’.
  • desktop_limit: The administrator needs to specify the number of products to be displayed in a single row for desktop. If the ‘desktop_limit’ parameter is not utilized, the number of products shown in the slider will be determined by the ‘Products per row’ setting, which is a general setting applicable to all related product shortcodes and not specific to a particular one.
  • tab_limit: The administrator needs to specify the number of products to be displayed in a single row for tab. If the tab_limit parameter is not utilized, the number of products shown in the slider will be determined by the ‘Products per row’ setting, which is a general setting applicable to all related product shortcodes and not specific to a particular one.
  • mobile_limit: The administrator needs to specify the number of products to be displayed in a single row for mobile. If the mobile_limit parameter is not utilized, the number of products shown in the slider will be determined by the ‘Products per row’ setting, which is a general setting applicable to all related product shortcodes and not specific to a particular one.
View Upsells Products
View Upsells Products
  1. The product slider title is presented first, accompanied by a ‘See More’ link redirecting users to a dedicated page showcasing all products of that feature. The link guides users to the default page designed to showcase all products, unless an alternative page has been chosen to display the entire product range.
  2. Initial pagination reads ‘Page 1 of n,’ and upon clicking the previous and next buttons, the page number adjusts accordingly.
  3. The previous button allows users to navigate through the product slider. Initially on ‘Page 1 of n,’ clicking the previous button transitions to ‘Page n of n.’ If the number of products in a row matches the limit set in the ‘Products Per Row’ setting, the back button is hidden.
  4. The next button facilitates users in navigating the product slider. Upon reaching the last page, clicking the next button enables users to return to ‘Page 1 of n.’ Similar to the previous button, if the number of products in a row matches the specified limit in ‘Products Per Row,’ the back button is hidden.
  5. Product information includes the title, product rating, and, if applicable, a struck-out original price with the highlighted sale price when the product is on sale.
View Products Related to Past Purchases
View Products Related to Past Purchases
  1. The product slider title is presented first, accompanied by a ‘See More’ link redirecting users to a dedicated page showcasing all products of that feature. The link guides users to the default page designed to showcase all products, unless an alternative page has been chosen to display the entire product range.
  2. Initial pagination reads ‘Page 1 of n,’ and upon clicking the previous and next buttons, the page number adjusts accordingly.
  3. The previous button allows users to navigate through the product slider. Initially on ‘Page 1 of n,’ clicking the previous button transitions to ‘Page n of n.’ If the number of products in a row matches the limit set in the ‘Products Per Row’ setting, the back button is hidden.
  4. The next button facilitates users in navigating the product slider. Upon reaching the last page, clicking the next button enables users to return to ‘Page 1 of n.’ Similar to the previous button, if the number of products in a row matches the specified limit in ‘Products Per Row,’ the back button is hidden.
  5. Product information includes the title, product rating, and, if applicable, a struck-out original price with the highlighted sale price when the product is on sale.
View “Buy-It Again” Products
View “Buy-It Again” Products
  • The “Buy-It Again” feature showcases all products previously purchased by the user based on the duration specified in the settings. Six products are displayed in a row, and clicking “See more” redirects the user to a page where twelve products are shown.
  • Users can choose multiple products that they have previously purchased, and these selected items can be added to the cart all at once.
Widgets
  • To configure widgets, go to the Appearance > Widgets. Place the “Rprow Products related to Past Purchases” and “Rprow Buy It Again” widgets as needed.
  • The product filters applied to the AJAX slider will also take effect for the widget.
Widgets
  1. The widget title is presented first, accompanied by a ‘See More’ link redirecting users to a dedicated page showcasing all products of that feature.
  2. Product information includes the title and if applicable, a struck-out original price with the highlighted sale price when the product is on sale.